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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | February 8, 2004
The Edgewood Wrestling Tournament was the site of redemption for both the Bel Air Bobcats and Kenwood's Robert Owens yesterday. Owens, a junior, pinned Edgewood's Eric Lindblad, top-seeded at 171 and ranked fourth by The Sun, at the 5:18 mark to pull off the tournament's biggest upset. Earlier this season, in the Perry Hall tournament, Lindblad (19-2) scored an 18-8 major-decision victory over Owens. "Last time, I tried to muscle him and he just kept throwing me to my back," said Owens, who is 22-6 and called the win over Lindblad the biggest of his career.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | February 8, 2004
The Edgewood Wrestling Tournament was the site of redemption for both the Bel Air Bobcats and Kenwood's Robert Owens yesterday. Owens, a junior, pinned Edgewood's Eric Lindblad, top-seeded at 171 and ranked fourth by The Sun, at the 5:18 mark to pull off the tournament's biggest upset. Earlier this season, in the Perry Hall tournament, Lindblad (19-2) scored an 18-8 major-decision victory over Owens. "Last time, I tried to muscle him and he just kept throwing me to my back," said Owens, who is 22-6 and called the win over Lindblad the biggest of his career.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | February 8, 2004
The Edgewood Wrestling Tournament was the site of redemption for both the Bel Air Bobcats and Kenwood's Robert Owens yesterday. Owens, a junior, pinned Edgewood's Eric Lindblad, top-seeded at 171 and ranked fourth by The Sun, at the 5:18 mark to pull off the tournament's biggest upset. Earlier this season, in the Perry Hall tournament, Lindblad (19-2) scored an 18-8 major-decision victory over Owens. "Last time, I tried to muscle him and he just kept throwing me to my back," said Owens, who is 22-6 and called the win over Lindblad the biggest of his career.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | February 8, 2004
The Edgewood Wrestling Tournament was the site of redemption for both the Bel Air Bobcats and Kenwood's Robert Owens yesterday. Owens, a junior, pinned Edgewood's Eric Lindblad, top-seeded at 171 and ranked fourth by The Sun, at the 5:18 mark to pull off the tournament's biggest upset. Earlier this season, in the Perry Hall tournament, Lindblad (19-2) scored an 18-8 major-decision victory over Owens. "Last time, I tried to muscle him and he just kept throwing me to my back," said Owens, who is 22-6 and called the win over Lindblad the biggest of his career.
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By Joe Nawrozki and Joe Nawrozki,SUN STAFF | December 11, 2002
State environmental officials approved yesterday a slight change in the accelerated plan to dispose of the mustard agent stockpile at Aberdeen Proving Ground. The Maryland Department of the Environment issued the permit modification to the operators of the Aberdeen Chemical Agent Disposal Facility, where 1,623 tons of the agent will be destroyed by next September. Officials hastened the destruction of the agent, stored in metal containers on the sprawling Harford County military installation, after the Sept.
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By New York Times News Service | April 28, 1991
Seven years after the first passenger ship sailed through the Northwest Passage, the Frontier Spirit, one of the few vessels equipped to operate in Arctic waters, will attempt the feat late this summer.The Frontier Spirit, with a capacity of 164 passengers, will leave Dutch Harbor in the Aleutian Islands Aug. 18 for a 6,000-mile, west-to-east voyage across the top of the world. It is scheduled to arrive in St. John's, Newfoundland, Sept. 16 after passing through the Bering Strait and calling at the Pribilof Islands and many other islands in the waters between the Pacific and the Atlantic.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | January 17, 2001
As Atholton coach Bruce Lindblad knows quite well, some wrestling matches are won with superior strategy, others won by lineup shifts, and some are even won with luck. Of course, some matches, like Atholton's 42-18 whipping of Mount Hebron yesterday, are simply won on talent and strength. "I knew [Mount Hebron] would move some people around, because they've got the bodies they can do it with," Lindblad said. "Me, I just had to go with what we've got." A number of other coaches may wish they were that fortunate.
TRAVEL
December 10, 2000
A new wave in sea travel New York-based Lindblad Expeditions, an adventure travel com-pany specializing in cruises to out-of-the-way places, is reaching new depths with its Undersea Program. Using high-tech equipment, the program brings the sounds and sights of the sea aboard ship. Hydrophones listen in on vocalizations of whales, dolphins and seals. Video microscopes magnify tiny shots of rock crystal formations or the scales of fish, and a remotely operated underwater camera seeks out everything from giant jellyfish to unstable icebergs.
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By STAN RAPPAPORT | September 2, 1999
Atholton Raiders1998 record: 9-10 overall, 6-7 leagueCoach: Bruce LindbladClassification: 2ATop players: Lauren Mickley, Sr., OH; Jen Poston, Sr., S; Amanda Ramsey, Sr., S; Julie Frostbutter, Jr., MH; Jessica Poston, Jr., MH/OH.Outlook: The Raiders won seven more matches last season than the year before, and Lindblad believes this year's team can better that success. The squad is more well-rounded this year, Lindblad said, and has a strong bench. "We have better athletes," Lindblad said. "They're hustling, they're talking better, and their attitude is better than last year."
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September 28, 2008
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By Joe Nawrozki and Joe Nawrozki,SUN STAFF | December 11, 2002
State environmental officials approved yesterday a slight change in the accelerated plan to dispose of the mustard agent stockpile at Aberdeen Proving Ground. The Maryland Department of the Environment issued the permit modification to the operators of the Aberdeen Chemical Agent Disposal Facility, where 1,623 tons of the agent will be destroyed by next September. Officials hastened the destruction of the agent, stored in metal containers on the sprawling Harford County military installation, after the Sept.
SPORTS
By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | January 17, 2001
As Atholton coach Bruce Lindblad knows quite well, some wrestling matches are won with superior strategy, others won by lineup shifts, and some are even won with luck. Of course, some matches, like Atholton's 42-18 whipping of Mount Hebron yesterday, are simply won on talent and strength. "I knew [Mount Hebron] would move some people around, because they've got the bodies they can do it with," Lindblad said. "Me, I just had to go with what we've got." A number of other coaches may wish they were that fortunate.
TRAVEL
December 10, 2000
A new wave in sea travel New York-based Lindblad Expeditions, an adventure travel com-pany specializing in cruises to out-of-the-way places, is reaching new depths with its Undersea Program. Using high-tech equipment, the program brings the sounds and sights of the sea aboard ship. Hydrophones listen in on vocalizations of whales, dolphins and seals. Video microscopes magnify tiny shots of rock crystal formations or the scales of fish, and a remotely operated underwater camera seeks out everything from giant jellyfish to unstable icebergs.
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By STAN RAPPAPORT | September 2, 1999
Atholton Raiders1998 record: 9-10 overall, 6-7 leagueCoach: Bruce LindbladClassification: 2ATop players: Lauren Mickley, Sr., OH; Jen Poston, Sr., S; Amanda Ramsey, Sr., S; Julie Frostbutter, Jr., MH; Jessica Poston, Jr., MH/OH.Outlook: The Raiders won seven more matches last season than the year before, and Lindblad believes this year's team can better that success. The squad is more well-rounded this year, Lindblad said, and has a strong bench. "We have better athletes," Lindblad said. "They're hustling, they're talking better, and their attitude is better than last year."
FEATURES
By New York Times News Service | April 28, 1991
Seven years after the first passenger ship sailed through the Northwest Passage, the Frontier Spirit, one of the few vessels equipped to operate in Arctic waters, will attempt the feat late this summer.The Frontier Spirit, with a capacity of 164 passengers, will leave Dutch Harbor in the Aleutian Islands Aug. 18 for a 6,000-mile, west-to-east voyage across the top of the world. It is scheduled to arrive in St. John's, Newfoundland, Sept. 16 after passing through the Bering Strait and calling at the Pribilof Islands and many other islands in the waters between the Pacific and the Atlantic.
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March 1, 2009
I live in Owings Mills, and in December, I took an expedition to Antarctica with National Geographic and Lindblad cruises. It was a 25-day trip to Antarctica, South Georgia Island and the Falklands. This photo was taken on South Georgia Island, specifically at St. Andrew's Bay, home to the largest king penguin colony in the world. The Baltimore Sun welcomes submissions for "My Best Shot." Photos should have been taken within the past year and be accompanied by a description of when and where you took the picture and your name, address and phone number.
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